16 Jan 2014

Colourful Dances of School Children to Add Charm in The Republic Day Parade-2014

Republic Day parade
Four Schools from Delhi and one from North East Zonal Cultural Centre are presenting colourful performances to add charm to this year’s Republic Day parade. Nearly 1000 boys and girls are taking part in the cultural event. 

170 girls of Govt. SarvodayaKanyaVidyalaya ,Hastsal is presenting the tribal traditional folk dance of Chhattisgarh.

 They depict the tribalsof Bastar District of Chhattisgarh dancing to the tune of MahuaJhare. 

Children of Maharaja Agarsain Public School, Ashok Vihar are presenting ‘Hega’ festival that is celebrated in Nagaland. This festival is popular among Zeliang Tribe.

 This festival is celebrated every year in the month of February. People believe that upon wearing dazzling attires and ornaments they get the blessing from God in the form of richness, luck and courage. 

160 Children of New Greenfield School, Saket perform ‘Puli Kali’, a 200 years old dance form of Kerala. They dance to the beats of Udukku and Thakil, reflecting the wild and macho spirit of force bringing out the ageless frolicking with the nature reinforcing the celebration of being alive. 

Nearly 180 children of Navy Children School, ChanakyaPuri, New Delhi pledge to take the culture and heritage of our motherland to dizzy heights of glory and grandeur. 

‘Rikhampada’ Folk Dance is performed by the North East Zonal Cultural Centre, Dimapur. This is a popular folklore of Nyishi Community of Arunachal Pradesh based on the love story of two legendary heroic brothers namely Rish and Mash with two beautiful heavenly girls namely Yapu and Yayu. 

This event depicts varied ethnic culture of Arunachal Pradesh which captivates the entire world about our love towards our mother India. 

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